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Vincent

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  1. 18. Olivier Giroud

    He can fulfil either role. As a substitute for obvious reasons, his professionalism, his experience and all of his football qualities. On the other hand, he would be perfect to wear defenders out for an hour and let Abraham, with his speed, agility - finish the job. I believe in todays game we saw something similar, with Tammy having lots of space and one big opportunity which he should have netted. These two strikers are so different from each other, which can only work in our favor if it gets used properly.
  2. Chelsea 2-1 Spurs

    Jorginho is my man of the match, was very decent and was the main reason we had so much possession in the first half. Which made everyone play easier and build the foundation for this win. The way Caballero positions himself after a long ball from Alderweireld to either Tanganga or NDombele was shockingly hilarious. Glad Giroud had an impact. Should use him more in stead of Abraham, who wears me out.
  3. Hakim Ziyech

    Ziyech has been one of the better players for the last decade in the Eredivisie. He had an outstanding Champions League campaign last year with Ajax. Journalists here question if he has the quality to do well elsewhere, in a big competition at a big club like Chelsea. Ziyech isn't a winger and i can't see Lampard using him as one. Ziyech is a midfielder who can play as a winger, but will simply be better behind a striker. Ziyech lacks body and pace but has a good pass and shot and reads the game quite well. In the Eredivisie Ziyech didn't always seem too motivated to play against the smaller clubs - so he fits right in at Chelsea. I don't think he's the easiest player, he can be quite stubborn. Which he was in interviews when he first joined Ajax. Later on we saw a different Ziyech, a friendly one, a better one and someone who seemed to be happy, confident and motivated to do well; someone who made long runs to recapture the ball. Let's hope we get to see the Ziyech of Ajax' Champions League campaign last season, and we'll be fortunate to have such a player.
  4. General Transfer Talk

    Bergwijn -> Tottenham seems a done deal. Quite a decent player from what i've seen, rate him potentially higher than Ajax' Neres for example. But could as well be another Memphis Depay.
  5. Chelsea 2-2 Arsenal

    For fucks sake, against 10 man not able to create anything. It’s fucking pathetic everyone laughing at Luiz but the joke is on us. Only able to score one goal in 70 minutes against 10 of Arsenal and conceding twice. One of the few ways Arsenal could hurt us was via a counterattack so why do we only have Kante in the back whilst having a cornerkick? Also why the fuck are two players surrounding Bellerin and neither of them doing shit? One of them even demanding a higher wage. Fucking embarrassing is what it is.
  6. Chelsea's Transfer Targets

    If he'd join Chelsea it would be as a left back, not as a centre back i reckon.
  7. 20. Callum Hudson-Odoi

    I feel like he relies too much on his talent at this moment. Yesterday we got away atleast twice because he lost the ball at a crucial part of the field. The fact we didn't concede from it doesn't make it any less of a fault ofcourse. He misses some football intelligence in my opinion. Alright, he's only 19 but there will come a time in which he can't hide behind his age and talent.
  8. Chelsea's Transfer Targets

    If i were manager of Palaca i would swap my Zaha for Willian everyday. Without taking the homegrown, age etc. in consideration, just purely based on quality.
  9. Chelsea's Transfer Targets

    I am not a fan of Isco nor Zaha. I feel like Zaha is just too low of a target, Chelsea should aim for something higher with more quality. And i just don't see Isco doing well at Chelsea, i also doubt his work ethic. I would rather see Sancho join, and although it's a different position Aké return to Chelsea.
  10. Crazy Chelsea Goals

    It gave me goosebumps reading your message. You are one of a few i remember very clearly, good to see you are still here. I am doing fine now, cheers!
  11. Crazy Chelsea Goals

  12. Worst Chelsea players in 21st century?

    Torres is obviously not Chelsea's worst player of the 21ste century, neither are players as Shevchenko. A better title for these two would be 'most dissapointing', since they've cost a lot and never met their expectations. I would probably vote for Bogarde since he was shit and when he was offered a buyout he refused and demanded his full contract salary which was a ridiculous amount.
  13. 15. Kurt Zouma

    What's wrong with Christensen? Would have rather seen Tomori - Christensen than Zouma. He seem to have absolutely no clue what he's doing, not just because of this match or his own goal.
  14. Eden Hazard

    And missing out on a discussion with you? Didn't think so.
  15. Eden Hazard

    Well, you finally figured it out. The board buys players who are ready for retirement, ready to leave to China but in stead they join Chelsea. Because the board relies on Hazard, him leaving makes it clear that something structural needs to change. Chelsea is shit with Hazard and without Hazard it is diarrhea. And its often when people have diarrhea they start to take action.